A group of ceramic sculptures inspired in natural forms, abstract shapes and microscopic elements, representing aspects of fertility and the process of life and death of living beings.
The composition combines the following ceramic pieces:
I conceived this tubular piece aiming to achieve an interesting interior space.
The original designs reflected on the concept of the gothic cathedral, the work of ceramicist Arcadi Blasco and his "Architectures to protect from fear " and comic artist Alberto Breccia ´s version of Lovecraft´s Chtulu myths.
With textures suggesting interior of caves and skulls over a stylized and irregular form, this tree shape conveys a slight sinister mood.
This large sculptural piece was created using molds and plaster casts.
It was inspired by the mexican Tree of life and the work of Constantin Brancusi to create a simplified and stylised human body twisting backwards, head to toes.
A globular shape exploring microscopic structures that can evolve into different living beings.